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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1904)
W. B. Logsdon of Manning, was in Before buying shingles, see J. P. ed they are delicious as well as much
town transacting business Wednesday. Wagner. He has bargains in shingles. to be desired on the ground of
Miss Grace Wood and Miss Mary Alderman C. N. Johnson and family ; health. The latest and most approv
ed method is to select the best
Bailey left Tuesday for a couple of left Tuesday for the mountains for a prunes
the market affords. Wash
week’s visit at Newport.
carefully, then cover with cold wa
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee of Bishop Potter recently opened a re ter and let stand overnight. In the
place both prunes and the
Pattons valley, August 2nd, a 9 pound form saloon in New York City. Can morning
they have been soak
son, Dr. Large attending.
it beat the Forest Grove Commercial ing in a porcelain
or granite stew-
pan and stand on the side of the
Mr. J. Wheelock Marsh, who is em
range. Let them heat slowly and
ployed in the Hibernian Savings Bank Mr. and Mrs. Bledove of Greenville, | simmer
gently until the fruit is per
of Portland, is spending a part of his who have been quite sick, are improv fectly tender.
Then add one table
vacation at home.
ing under treatment by Dr. Rentz of spoonful of sugar for each pound
and let them stew slowlv for five
For sale cheap—Some fine full Forest Grove.
longer. Remove from the
blooded Poland China boar pigs. Almoran Hill of Gaston, was in town tire and cool.
Write W. B. Logsdon, Manning, Ore Wednesday with Mr. C. C. Hoopes. Another method calls for the
gon. Hughes phone.
Mr. Hill is one of the pioneers of same process, except that the sugar
is omitted. This method is prefer
Stephan Morgan and family and 1843, and can relate many interesting red by some people. But whether
John Rosa and family left for the coast episodes that occured in this country sweetening be added the long soak
ing and slow cooking will mean a
Wednesday morning. They go to in the early days.
result. Serve with sweet
Netarts via Wilson river road, and will
Cows For Sale
spend a two week’s vacation.
Fresh cows for sale. Also one light
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Barnhart and driving horse, perfectly gentle. Call ; e a l MAPLE SUGAR iS RARE.
children of Tuxsutawney, Pennsylvania, at Mills & Hines’ horseshoeing shop in Maple sugar making as an indus- j
try is on the wane. It has been
arrived the first of the week and will Forest Grove.
in the home by the gran
visit here and in Portland the re
of beet and cane. As
mainder of the summer. Mrs. Barn
of farm labor
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been
hart is a sister of Mrs. J. T. Shannon appointed
adm inistrator of the estate of James P. Sloan, it is dying out also. Formerly it
by an order of L. A. Rood, Judge of the pro
of this city and Mrs. C. C. Caples of deceased,
bate court, of W ashington County, Oregon, made and was made primarily for home use,
entered on the Sth day of July, 1904, and all persons the surplus being sold or traded at
having claims against said estate are hereby requested
and directed to present said claims together with proper the village store. Now it is com
vouchers to me at my residence in the Forest Grove merce first and home use second.
A. Sexton and family, with Mrs. hotel,
or at the law office of Hollis it Hawks, both in
VWishington County, Oregon, w ithin six The work of making sugar is still
Sexton’s sister Mrs. C. F. Elder and months Grove.
of the date thereof.
interesting, but more arduous. The
of August, 1904.
daughter Ora of Seattle, are camping Dated this 3rd day GEORGE
maker of today cannot hope
in the mountains at the head of Ne- Janies P. Sloan, deceased. A dm inistrator of the Estate of for success
without using strictly
halem river. News from their camp Hollis Sr Hawks, Attorneys for Adm inistrator,
modern methods, which involve con
state that they are enjoying a delight
siderable outlay for new appliances. I
ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
ful vacation, good fishing, and plenty
It is probable that there will al
be a limited market, but it
of game. .
T h e L a te s t S tyles In C a rp e ts and Rugs, must be handled as a specialized
W h ic h A re E a s ily Follo w ed .
A jolly crowd of campers left town
business because cheaper substitutes
Wednesday morning for a two week’s The fashions in carpets this year are staples. Therefore in some re- j
few and emphatic and easily fol spects the maple product is a luxu
outing at Soda Springs. The party are
is no maze of modes ry and will probably always remain
consisted of Mrs. Robinson, as chape to puzzle There
the uninitiated. Suppose
Small fancy cakes, attractively
rone, and the Misses Ferrin, Peterson, y is a parlor or a drawing room or so.
bottled sirup (reasonably thick), will
Chandler, Clapp, Bolderick, Hoge, a reception room which is to be‘car always be appreciated and paid for
Fitch, Waters, and Goldie Peterson, peted. If it is a room not too com by a class of consumers who recog
used, an oriental rug or a nize a pure flavor and a healthy
and Masters Dwynall Clapp and Hol monly
carpet in light tones may be product.—Country Life In America.
secured. If, however, the room is
N ew Y o r k ’s H o sp itals.
The following gentlemen were dele to have much use, velours, with its
heavy weave and long, soft pile, is New York is steadily advancing
gates from Forest Grove to the Ore better.
the tendency every toward the first place among cities,
gon Development convention held in where is Waile
toward the darker, colors, in the development of its hospitals.'
Portland this week, and report a fine the housewife must not allow this The new Mount Sinai, on the east
time and bespoke for the convention craze to run away with her. The 6ide of Fifth avenue, fronting Cen
much good to Oregon. Senator E. W. prevailing tones in wall paper and tral park, is an institution with few
furniture should be considered. rivals of its class anywhere. The
Haines, Judge W. H. Hollis, Editor These
should be either reproduced Orthopedic hospital, which has been
Walter Hoge, Councilman Harris, Col. or artistically
contrasted in the car doing an ideal work of benevolence
Harry Haines, H. C. Atwell, W. K. pet or rug.
on a liberal scale, is to have a branch
Newell, Mr. Hunter
Where rugs are used with the car in Westchester county well worthy
pets there should be an effort made of comparing in merit with the orig- j
A prominent travelling man who to
make the contrast conform to inal home for the crippled and de
wished his name with held, gave the artistic
principles. A very light formed. New Yorkers may well be
following verse to the News. We Wilton and an oriental rug ure the proud of the benefactors who have
have not determined whether it is a usual combination. For a dining done so much for the unfortunate.
room or library deep toned velours —New York Tribune.
compliment or not.
pieces are de rigueur,
“ Forest Grove should be called the rugs orientul
Must Marry In Turn.
being more popular for the
city of trees
room from the fact that they Judge Jonathan Dixon of the su
Where the people are always as dining
removed, while dens and preme court of New Jersey h is
busy as bees;
rooms are carpeted usually eight handsome daughters and one
Where all are rich and wholly con in real American-I
ml inn rugs, to son more or less so. Mrs. Dixon
will not let the girls marry out of
To make lots of money and not Indian pipes and the like, blankets,
regular turn. The first, sec
spend a cent.”
third in the order of birth
sian rugs, in which crimson and
The Newt wishes to add that the scarlet
predominate, being most have found worthy husbands, and
last two lines ought to read
the stern old jurist gives to each a
Where all are watching with quiet
government bond of $10,000 as a
Best W a y to Cook Prunes.
portion. The judge has
That certain smoothe travellers Few persons really know how to marriage
aaterviawed by a news
don't get a cent.”
cook prunes. Vet if properly cook- paper man.